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October, 2021

Friday
1
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Viva Village Online Age Cafe

Beaverton Mayor Lacey Beaty has issued a proclamation recognizing the U.N. sanctioned “International Day of Older Persons”, honored annually on October 1. To celebrate this honor, Age Café will host a special virtual event on Friday, October 1 at 11 am. Mayor Beaty will address the gathering and share the proclamation. Age Café participants will then be encouraged to share a story, quote, or memory of a special elder in their lives.

International Day of Older Persons is a special day for older adults all over the world. The day is celebrated annually to recognize the contributions of older persons and to examine issues that affect their lives.

The Viva Village Online Age Cafe provides a bi-weekly forum for attendees to enjoy stimulating small group conversations, exploring issues, thoughts, and feelings on topics relevant to older adults. There is a new thought-provoking topic each session. It is a collaborative effort of Viva Village, the Beaverton City Library, and Washington County Disabled, Aging, and Veterans Services (DAVS). Audience: Seniors, but open to folks of all ages.

The Age Café is open to all. To register, go to vivavillage.org. Under Events, click Age Café for the date you would like to attend. Once you have registered, you will receive the Zoom link by email.
Friday
1
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Senior Functional Movement Class - Carrie Craven (via Zoom)

This is a free community class, in coordination with Neighborhood House, and will be a Functional movement class. The focus will be on posture, balance, alignment, motor control skills, and improving skills used in everyday life. Every Friday.

Please click on this event to see the link to the Zoom class and other information.
Friday
1
Gabriel Park under the trees
[across the street from 7114 SW 37th Ave]
4:00 PM
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Happy Hour - Every Friday

As long as the weather stays dry, we will continue to meet in Gabriel Park on Friday afternoon at 4:00 for a casual social hour in the park. We gather in the shelter of the trees where SW Nevada STREET dead ends into 37th Avenue. Don’t forget your warm coat!

When the forecast is wet, watch for a Thursday update for a covered location.

Bring your chair, and if you like, a snack. Dress for the weather!

Click on this event for a Google Map to the Park location.
Saturday
2
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North Star Village Handwork Sale

Location: Outside at Classic Foods Outlet, 817 NE Madrona St, Portland 97211

A project of the North Star Village Handwork group to raise funds to support member activities and scholarships, the sale will feature an array of exceptional quilts, wall hangings, table runners, tiny stained glass Christmas trees as well as bigger stained glass items, fused glass pendants, knitted hats, shawls, vests, cowls, fingerless gloves, etc., plus hand-dyed silk scarves and more!

Classic Foods is generously hosting the outdoor sale during its Saturday dale of spices, raviolis, pastas, olive oils, nuts, chocolate, cheese and more.
Monday
4
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
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WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Every Monday at 1 pm they watch online a pre-selected Ted Talk, followed by a discussion and ideas for next week. They often enjoy lunch while meeting.

October 4th Topic: Get Happier as You Get Older, Dr. Laura Carstensen, Professor of Psychology, Stanford University.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please contact info@wllovillage.org or at (503) 308-8223.
Monday
4
West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Coffee Room
2:30 PM
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RWV Art Club - In-Person meeting in the Coffee Room of the West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

The Art Club gets together twice a month to work on current projects, showcase new pieces and get feedback. Get together in-person with Shelly Radovich and fellow artists to show and tell what you’ve been working on.

Location: 8470 SW Oleson Rd. Portland, OR 97223

Please plan to wear a face mask.

Click on this event for a link to a Google Map showing the location of the Unitarian Fellowship.
Wednesday
6
The Coffee Shop (across Scholls Fwy from the Chevron Station)
10:00 AM
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - In-Person Informal Social Event

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: The Coffee Shop, 4712 SW Scholls Ferry Rd in Raleigh Hills (across Scholls Fwy Rd from Chevron Station).

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
6
Multnomah Arts Center (Courtyard behind the MAC - enter the parking lot from SW 31st.)
10:00 AM
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - Outdoors In-Person

We are going to meet in-person outdoors in the courtyard behind the Multnomah Arts Center in Multnomah Village, 7688 SW Capitol Hwy. Enter the parking lot from SW 31st. Bring your own chair, beverage and dress for the weather.

The Women’s Coffee is searching for a covered location to meet. A place with a tent would be ideal. If you have suggestions, please contact info@riverwestvillage.org or call 503-495-4934.

Click on this event for a Google Map to this Wednesday‘s in-person meeting location.
Friday
8
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History and Current Events Discussion Group - Village Without Walls

Village Without Walls invites you to join for a lively discussion on current events. Feel free to participate in the discussion, or just listen as they discuss each week‘s topic.

This month‘s topic is: Little Known Portland Metro Museums and Historical Sites. Which little known museums or historical sites have you visited or always wanted to visit? Come share what you know about them and why we should visit.

This is a friendly group of people who want to gain and share knowledge about what is happening in our world. You can participate in the discussion or just listen.

Please click on this event for the Zoom link to the Discussion Group.
Friday
8
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Senior Functional Movement Class - Carrie Craven (via Zoom)

This is a free community class, in coordination with Neighborhood House, and will be a Functional movement class. The focus will be on posture, balance, alignment, motor control skills, and improving skills used in everyday life. Every Friday.

Please click on this event to see the link to the Zoom class and other information.
Friday
8
Gabriel Park under the trees
[across the street from 7114 SW 37th Ave]
4:00 PM
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Happy Hour - Every Friday

Bring your favorite summer beverage – frappacino, lemonade, slushy, something else – to Gabriel Park any Friday afternoon at 4:00 for a casual social hour in the park. We gather in the shade of the trees where Nevada STREET dead-ends into 37th Avenue. Bring your chair, sun hat, sunglasses, and if you like, a snack. Dress for the weather!

Click on this event for a Google Map to the Park location.
Saturday
9
For a link to the Zoom meeting, please leave your name, phone number, & email addr at the RWV Office
10:00 AM
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River West Village Informational Meeting - Online via Zoom

River West is an interdependent, inter-generational community of neighbors helping neighbors. It is for people of all ages who value being part of Southwest Portland’s community and want to strengthen their link to it, including volunteering.

If you are interested in aging better and learning more about how you may become involved either as a member or volunteer, please join us for our Virtual River West Information Session from 10:00-11:00 AM.

RSVP by calling our office: 503-495-4934 or emailing info@riverwestvillage.org. In your message, please provide your name, phone number, and email address so we can send you the invitation link to join the Zoom meeting.
Monday
11
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
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WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Every Monday at 1 pm they watch online a pre-selected Ted Talk, followed by a discussion and ideas for next week. They often enjoy lunch while meeting.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please contact info@wllovillage.org or at (503) 308-8223.
Wednesday
13
The Coffee Shop (across Scholls Fwy from the Chevron Station)
10:00 AM
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - In-Person Informal Social Event

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: The Coffee Shop, 4712 SW Scholls Ferry Rd in Raleigh Hills (across Scholls Fwy Rd from Chevron Station).

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
13
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person at the French Quarter

The French Quarter Food Court in Multnomah Village has a tea shop and a cart with coffee, tea and pastries. Join us for casual social time and a hot cuppa this Wednesday at 10:00 am.

There‘s a covered area, but be sure to dress warmly!

There is parking on the side street and in the alley at the back of the building.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter Food Court.
Wednesday
13
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RWV Virtual Salon - Medicare: When Can I Join, Switch or Drop a Plan? - via Zoom
CANCELLED FOR OCT 13TH - MAY BE RESCHEDULED

Description: For those already on Medicare, the annual open enrollment period is approaching. Find out when and how you can join, switch or drop your health or drug plan. Learn the difference between supplemental and advantage plans. There will also be time for questions. This salon will be hosted by Jennifer Allain, a US Army Veteran who has spent the last 8 years helping individuals, seniors, families and small business owners get health insurance that they can afford, understand and use.

Click on this event to see information on how to join the Salon via Zoom!
Friday
15
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Viva Village Online Age Cafe

The Viva Village Online Age Cafe provides a bi-weekly forum for attendees to enjoy stimulating small group conversations, exploring issues, thoughts, and feelings on topics relevant to older adults. There is a new thought-provoking topic each session. It is a collaborative effort of Viva Village, the Beaverton City Library, and Washington County Disabled, Aging, and Veterans Services (DAVS). Audience: Seniors, but open to folks of all ages.

The Age Café is open to all. To register, go to vivavillage.org. Under Events, click Age Café for the date you would like to attend. Once you have registered, you will receive the Zoom link by email.
Friday
15
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Senior Functional Movement Class - Carrie Craven (via Zoom)

This is a free community class, in coordination with Neighborhood House, and will be a Functional movement class. The focus will be on posture, balance, alignment, motor control skills, and improving skills used in everyday life. Every Friday.

Please click on this event to see the link to the Zoom class and other information.
Friday
15
Sasquatch Brewing Tent (SW Capitol Highway at SW 21st Ave)

(across 21st Ave from Verde Co
4:00 PM
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Happy Hour - Every Friday

The Happy Hour group is moving under cover. This week we‘ll gather in Sasquatch Brewing‘s tent in Hillsdale at 4:00 pm on Friday. Dress for the weather!

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the Sasquatch Brewing Tent.
Saturday
16
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Great Decisions Discussion Group - Afghanistan Today - Village Without Walls

Village Without Walls invites you to join for a lively discussion on current events. Feel free to participate in the discussion, or just listen as they discuss each week‘s topic.

This month‘s topic is: Afghanistan Today: What did the US accomplish or not accomplish in Afghanistan? How will US anti-terrorism efforts change? What now for the Afghan people?

Great Decisions is a friendly group of people who want to gain and share knowledge about what is happening in our world. All participants gather information about the topic ahead of the meeting so they can participate in the discussion. You are always welcome to just listen.

Please click on this event for more information about the Great Discussions process and the Zoom link to the Discussion Group.
Monday
18
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
More Info
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WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Every Monday at 1 pm they watch online a pre-selected Ted Talk, followed by a discussion and ideas for next week. They often enjoy lunch while meeting.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please contact info@wllovillage.org or at (503) 308-8223.
Monday
18
West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Coffee Room
2:30 PM
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RWV Art Club - In-Person meeting in the Coffee Room of the West Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

The Art Club gets together twice a month to work on current projects, showcase new pieces and get feedback. Get together in-person with Shelly Radovich and fellow artists to show and tell what you’ve been working on.

Location: 8470 SW Oleson Rd. Portland, OR 97223

Please plan to wear a face mask.

Click on this event for a link to a Google Map showing the location of the Unitarian Fellowship.
Wednesday
20
The Coffee Shop (across Scholls Fwy from the Chevron Station)
10:00 AM
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RWV Men‘s Coffee - In-Person Informal Social Event

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: The Coffee Shop, 4712 SW Scholls Ferry Rd in Raleigh Hills (across Scholls Fwy Rd from Chevron Station).

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
20
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RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person at the French Quarter

The French Quarter Food Court in Multnomah Village has a tea shop and a cart with coffee, tea and pastries. Join us for casual social time and a hot cuppa this Wednesday at 10:00 am.

There‘s a covered area, but be sure to dress warmly!

There is parking on the side street and in the alley at the back of the building.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter Food Court.
Thursday
21
Discussion online via Zoom
10:00 AM
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RWV Kanopy Movie Group Discussion

Movie this Month: Lady Bird is a warm, affecting comedy about a high- schooler who must navigate a loving but turbulent relationship with her loving, strong-willed and deeply opinionated mother, who is a nurse working to keep her family afloat after her husband loses his job. A meditation on money, the future never being quite what we wanted it to be.

Watch the movie via the web application "Kanopy" anytime before the discussion date and bring your comments and insights to the online discussion.

Kanopy is free through the Multnomah or Washington County library websites.

For more information about how to sign up for Kanopy and to gain access to the link to the Kanopy Zoom movie discussion, click on this event.
Friday
22
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Senior Functional Movement Class - Carrie Craven (via Zoom)

This is a free community class, in coordination with Neighborhood House, and will be a Functional movement class. The focus will be on posture, balance, alignment, motor control skills, and improving skills used in everyday life. Every Friday.

Please click on this event to see the link to the Zoom class and other information.
Friday
22
Sasquatch Brewing Tent (SW Capitol Highway at SW 21st Ave)

(across 21st Ave from Verde Co
4:00 PM
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Happy Hour - Every Friday

The Happy Hour group is moving under cover. This week we‘ll gather in Sasquatch Brewing‘s tent in Hillsdale at 4:00 pm on Friday. Dress for the weather!

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the Sasquatch Brewing Tent.
Saturday
23
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Haunted Walk of Downtown Vancouver

Location: Clark County History Museum, 1511 Main St, Vancouver

Hosted by Villages Clark County

Join us for a tour and talk about the ghosts and spirits in downtown Vancouver. We will meet out front of the Clark County History Museum at 4:50 p.m. The tour is approximately a mile long and will take approx. 1.5 hrs. There are no restrooms or resting places along the way. It is recommended to bring a flashlight, dress for appropriate weather, and bring a water bottle.

Cost is $10 per person.

If you are interested, contact Ramona at rperkins@villagesclarkcounty.org or call her at 360-901-3745.

Click on this event to see the location of the Clark County History Museum on Google Maps.
Monday
25
Via Zoom. For link, please RSVP to info@wllovillage.org or at (503)308-8223.
1:00 PM
More Info
Less Info

WLLO hosts a running series of Monday Ted Talks via Zoom, open to all villagers.

Every Monday at 1 pm they watch online a pre-selected Ted Talk, followed by a discussion and ideas for next week. They often enjoy lunch while meeting.

Please remember to mute yourself!

To RSVP and Register, please contact info@wllovillage.org or at (503) 308-8223.
Tuesday
26
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Living Beyond Sight Loss with Mary Lee Turner - Workshop via Zoom

Hosted by Northeast Village PDX

Mary Lee Turner, consultant, will present an interactive workshop for villagers on sight loss, what it is and what it isn’t. The workshop will address issues of sight loss as part of aging, resources and living with sight loss.

Please visit the Northeast Village PDX website to register for the workshop; capacity is limited to 50 people.

Click on this event for the Northeast Village website registration link and to learn more about Mary from her website.
Wednesday
27
The Coffee Shop (across Scholls Fwy from the Chevron Station)
10:00 AM
More Info
Less Info

RWV Men‘s Coffee - In-Person Informal Social Event

Description: Informal social event for men involved with River West Village each Wednesday morning. Please join us for general discussions, ideas, and community.

Location: The Coffee Shop, 4712 SW Scholls Ferry Rd in Raleigh Hills (across Scholls Fwy Rd from Chevron Station).

Please click on this event for a Google Map to the in-person meeting location.
Wednesday
27
More Info
Less Info

RWV Women‘s Coffee - In-Person at the French Quarter

The French Quarter Food Court in Multnomah Village has a tea shop and a cart with coffee, tea and pastries. Join us for casual social time and a hot cuppa this Wednesday at 10:00 am.

There‘s a covered area, but be sure to dress warmly!

There is parking on the side street and in the alley at the back of the building.

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the French Quarter Food Court.
Wednesday
27
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RWV Virtual Salon - Portland‘s Somali Community - via Zoom

Description: TBA

Click on this event to see information on how to join the Salon via Zoom!
Friday
29
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Senior Functional Movement Class - Carrie Craven (via Zoom)

This is a free community class, in coordination with Neighborhood House, and will be a Functional movement class. The focus will be on posture, balance, alignment, motor control skills, and improving skills used in everyday life. Every Friday.

Please click on this event to see the link to the Zoom class and other information.
Friday
29
Sasquatch Brewing Tent (SW Capitol Highway at SW 21st Ave)

(across 21st Ave from Verde Co
4:00 PM
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Happy Hour - Every Friday

The Happy Hour group is moving under cover. This week we‘ll gather in Sasquatch Brewing‘s tent in Hillsdale at 4:00 pm on Friday. Dress for the weather!

Click on this event for a Google Map showing the location of the Sasquatch Brewing Tent.
Saturday
30
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Powering Through Our Ever-Changing World: Aging with Grace Workshop

Online via Zoom. Hosted by Viva Village

What a year it has been! How do we emerge stronger in mind, body, and spirit? Join psychologist Meghan A. Marty, Ph.D. and gerontologist Carolyn Aldwin, Ph.D. who will provide us with research and insights into the resilience of seniors and effective coping strategies we have developed during this challenging period of time. Small facilitated breakout groups will provide a friendly opportunity to further share and explore successful approaches that can lead us into the future with confidence and hope.

Register online: vivavillage.org or call 503-746-5082. The Zoom link will be provided after paid registration.

Session Fee: $10.